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Karyn Callaghan

National Director

The Canadian Association for Young Children

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The Canadian Association for Young Children

356 B Prospect Bay Road

Halifax, Nova Scotia,B3T 1Z7

Canada

Company Description

The Canadian Association for Young Children (CAYC) was granted its Federal Charter in 1974. To this day, the CAYC is the only national association specifically concerned with the well being of children, birth through age nine - at home, in preschool settings a...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Early Childhood Education

Mohawk College


Professor

Charles Sturt University


Affiliations

Ontario Reggio Association

Board Member


North American Reggio Emilia Alliance

Board Member


Artists

Founder


Education

M.Ed


Web References(47 Total References)


Jim Grieve (ON) | The Canadian Association for Young Children

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The Think, Feel, Act document included articles written by CAYC members Dr. Carol Anne Wien, Anne Marie Coughlin, Lorrie Baird, and Karyn Callaghan, among others, with video clips posted on the MOE website.
by Karyn Callaghan


Karyn Callaghan, President – Ontario Reggio Association

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Karyn Callaghan, President
Karyn Callaghan Karyn Callaghan Karyn Callaghan is the program coordinator and lecturer in the Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies program at Charles Sturt University, and is the co-founder and coordinator of the Artists at the Centre - Making Thinking Visible project. Since 1997, she has been exploring the philosophy that has guided the early education programs in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Karyn is currently president of the Ontario Reggio Association, a national director of the Canadian Association for Young Children, and a board member of the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance. Karyn has authored and co-authored articles published in national and international journals, and has been a keynote speaker at conferences across Canada and in the United States, Asia and Australia. She has also participated in preparing support materials for the Ministry of Education for its "Think, Feel, Act" and "How Does Learning Happen? documents. A book entitled ""Documenting Children's Meaning: Engaging in Design and Creativity with Children and Families", co-authored by Karyn, Carol Anne Wien, and artist Jason Avery has been published by Davis Publications.


Boards | The Canadian Association for Young Children

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Karyn Callaghan (ON)
karyn.callaghan@cayc.ca


Documentation as Relationship with Karyn Callaghan and Jason Avery - Ontario Reggio Association

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Documentation as Relationship with Karyn Callaghan and Jason Avery
$135 includes workshop materials, breakfast, lunch, exhibit, and a copy of Documenting Children's Meaning: Engaging in Design and Creativity with Children and Families, co-authored by Karyn Callaghan, Carol Anne Wien, and artist Jason Avery Karyn Callaghan was the program coordinator in the Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies program at Charles Sturt University, and is the founder of the Artists at the Centre - Making Thinking Visible project. Since 1997, she has been exploring the philosophy that has guided early education programs in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Karyn is currently president of the Ontario Reggio Association, a national director of the Canadian Association for Young Children, and a board member of the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance. Karyn has authored and co-authored articles published in national and international journals, and has been a keynote speaker at conferences across Canada and in the United States, Asia and Australia. She has also participated in preparing support materials for the Ministry of Education for its "Think, Feel, Act" and "How Does Learning Happen? documents. Documentation as Relationship with Karyn Callaghan and Jason Avery


www.cayc.ca

Karyn Callaghan
Karyn Callaghan is the program coordinator and lecturer in the bachelor of early childhood studies program at Charles Sturt University, president of the Ontario Reggio Association, a national director of the Canadian Association for Young Children, and a member of the board of directors for the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance. Karyn has been a consultant to the Ontario Ministry of Education Early Years Division in the past two years, contributing to the development of its new documents. Email: kcallaghan@csu.edu.au Randa Khattar and Karyn Callaghan


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